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British Prime Minister David Cameron acknowledges in a TV interview that he once had a stake in his late father's offshore trust, which was revealed in the "Panama Papers" leak from a law firm. Sarah Charlton reports.
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First quarter earnings season in the US are expected to underwhelm investors. Slowing growth in China and uncertainty in Europe are among key concerns. Chitra Nawbatt reports.
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Kathryn Sargent has made history by becoming the first female master tailor to open her own shop in London's prestigious Savile Row. As Mia Reakes reports, she was trained at Royal tailor Gieves & Hawkes for 15 years, where she also broke ground
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British Prime Minister David Cameron says he held a stake in a Panamanian trust set up by his late father, who was named in the leaked "Panama Papers". Rough Cut - subtitled (no reporter narration).
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Wall Street dropped on worries about global economic risks and the outlook for earnings. Fred Katayama reports.
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The U.S. central bank has come under criticism for being too powerful from presidential candidates and Republican lawmakers. Fred Katayama reports.
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An electric carsharing scheme being rolled out in London by French firm Bollore is taking longer than expected to set up fully. As Stuart McDill reports, it's all because contract talks with the capital's local councils are dragging on.
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Even a clothing line from Kendall and Kylie Jenner hasn't been enough to keep Pacific Sunwear out of bankruptcy, but the company says it will continue to operate as it reorganizes its finances. Bobbi Rebell reports.
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The law firm at the centre of the biggest leak in whistleblower history, Mossack Fonseca, hosts its busiest office in Hong Kong says the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. As Sara Hemrajani reports, offshore companies incorporated in o
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The future of the global economy remains uncertain and there are questions about Europe's ability to weather new shocks. That's the new worrying verdict of the president of the European Central Bank. As David Pollard reports, it comes after the
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Greece's main public sector union is staging a 24-hour strike over planned pension reforms. As Sonia Legg reports, it comes as lenders review progress on reforms ahead of the release of a key bailout instalment.
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Volvo aims to launch an experiment involving self-driving cars. As Hayley Platt reports, the Swedish automaker will deploy up to 100 such cars on public roads to test them in every day conditions.